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"brady anil" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

13:35 min | 1 year ago

"brady anil" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Town so it's one of our most population dense areas so Charleston in the Kanawha valley has been coined as chemical valley because there's been a lot a large scale chemical plants along the Kanawha river it's one advantage that big river systems bring is that they can you know they're they can accommodate the types of needs that big manufacturing companies need so several chemical manufacturing plants have been along the canal and in the Charleston area for for years we see these chemical storage tanks dotted along our landscaper along our rivers is just something that we're used to you know I've I've driven by those tanks on a daily weekly basis and you know it never occurred to me I thought I didn't know what was happening there they looked old they looked rusty frankly I thought it was probably just a retired ten farm and not much was happening there little did I know there were this these very dangerous chemicals being stored there and tanks that were not being maintained and we're not being inspected and the the the corrosion there was a hole in the bottom of the tank three ninety six with it the the chemical and see HM leaked out leaked into the soil there there was not secondary containment away to contain the spill fluid so it was just moving right into the Elk River you know possibly for days another proclamation that I've seen is around ten thousand gallons eventually leaked out of that tank M. C. H. M. is a coal cleaning chemical so it is associated with the process to clean coal so it can be used for production for burning whatever whatever whatever it's being used for so it was being stored there on the Elk River just a mile and a half upstream from the largest drinking water system in West Virginia right at what rate upstream from the intake what had been discovered and and it was through a citizen complaints because this chemical in C. HM had an odor to it smelled like licorice had a sweet smell and people near those tanks and driving by had picked up on the smell and reported that that led eventually to the company reporting the leak to state authorities and that put in motion I think some somehow the water company learned about it and took it this made decisions based on the information they had and by the time and one of the decisions they made was to not close the intakes but to keep to try to handle the chemical and treat it to a safe level well that didn't that didn't work and instead of people had this chemical coming out of their taps out of their showers and were exposed to it and that led to this cascade of events them the most common thing people were experiencing in were skin irritations and rashes a lot of reports and headaches and just kind of flu like symptoms people just weren't feeling well dizziness headaches nausea diarrhea it it was a a wide range but when you can actually see the rashes and know that that was after I touch that water it was a pretty strong connection and there the health departments were trying to collect data around the range of symptoms and about one in three people reported experiencing some kind of physical symptoms due to the exposure to the chemical the chemical once it leaked into the Elk River was treated as a a plume that was being tracked they can they know how fast rivers in water travels so they watch this plume of MC HM because there was no real way to clean it up or take it out of the river there was some containment that what they were trying to do but it was largely unsuccessful it's too late and so the next place they were worried about was Huntington West Virginia because the can off was down there and that's a drinking water supply or Huntington went on to Cincinnati global I mean all of these water companies I believe shot their intake down to let that plume go by so it affected it it it it shows what we know to be true that water flows downstream and that we're all connected by this and what happens upstream in West Virginia because we are a mountain state were ahead water state were eating all of these major river systems that millions of people rely on for their drinking water that it really matters what happens in West Virginia the company that owned the leaking chemical tank was freedom industries it didn't take long until we saw that company filed for bankruptcy protection and it it became clear pretty quickly that this company was stepping out stepping out of their accountability even though there were some court cases that followed that the bankruptcy at in terms of of monetary operations that that just wasn't going to be available which you know front front of a whole set of other questions of how is this company operated so irresponsibly for so long where was the oversight I mean they were clearly a bad actor in our community and had a history of kind of shady things going on so the fact that those tanks were and where that was three ninety six wasn't the only tank that was in bad shape that that tank farm you know had been neglected for so long was something I think people found unbelievable how would how that could have happened and why why wasn't that caught in some way by regulators or or oversight mechanisms that we should have a place and and that question led to a whole other the set of questions around is our state committed to oversight and regulation because in a place like West Virginia Charleston where we have the chemical industry we we have the coal industry oil and gas who are saying regulation or over regulation impedes our profitability or impedes our ability to bring in new jobs you get this argument which I think is a false choice that we have to choose between what weakening regulation so we can bring in more jobs but what we're doing and what was brought to light by freedom industries situation is that when we loosen regulations were making ourselves more vulnerable to these kind of disasters so you have to you have we have to do both we have regulations are actually there to protect and they're there for good reason and that there are companies who are doing things right following the law and then there are companies like freedom industries who weren't but where where is the enforcement and oversight I think is with the whole situation brought to light away I mean it was the first time I think people realize where they're drinking water comes and had made that connection this comes from the river and I heard that around the state it really was an awakening not for West Virginia really for the nation we're vulnerable and that we're still vulnerable is you Rosser I'm afraid of that water our look at some of the highlights Mar twenty nineteen C. span's city store concludes as we visit Sheridan Wyoming there's no place better to be the second week in July one only we put on a world class the man would just let me know what you all to come to Tom ring Lee of the Sheraton times discussing the history of the Sheraton rodeo he for what this week is a big this week sure economically and I because eighty nine years ago shared wars that as a door nail there was absolutely nothing going on so some citizens decided we needed to have a a rodeo to provide some economic growth opportunity and entertainment and that was our charter it is still is so here we are in the nine years later still in doing the same thing and we help the founding fathers and be proud of that nineteen twenty eight twenty nine a wealthy financier family name JP Morgan they bought the historic PK rain showers town and for two years I had a big rodeo out in the fields it was just a big deal I mean I think there were cars in twenty three states this is in nineteen twenty eight came to it so this this is Sherin said well if they can do it why can't we do it here so a group of concerned citizens got together and formed a committee and they decided to we're gonna have a rodeo they didn't just start out on a small scale they they wanted to have a big professional rodeo gecko and they put it all together in nineteen thirty one they had their first professional rodeo insured wildly here we are today a rodeo is notice eight events different stock events from bucking horses livestock roping steer wrestling is kind of the old cowboys skills brought to the modern day area but you know it all started out all the see some rain so where they had a contest to some bucking horses we are rodeo which means were one of the top thirty rodeos in America and and that's determined by the amount of prize money that yet for your men are rodeo competitors come from all over the United States it was interesting we had people from Louisiana Michigan Wisconsin inter today obviously a lot of the rodeo contestants are from Texas Oklahoma Wyoming certainly has a lot rodeo contestants last year though in terms of our rodeo we had people registered for a rodeo to watch a rodeo from forty nine of the fifty states in America and they it we're gonna get Delaware this year I'm just pretty sure but we had people from all over the United States here forty nine of fifty are rodeo stock the rough stock that we have come from thank you pro rodeo with his in Joliet Montana and they subcontract some of the other stock out too but they've been a long time I think they've been with our radio for about twenty three years some of the very best in the business and our job as as from thank you rodeos we provide all the livestock rodeos across the country that includes everything from the kind of a cattle to the bucking horses we've got sixty four forces of ours that we brought we least fifteen horses from north caught marks a rodeo company out of Canada for the tie down roping we have one hundred head of animals for the steer wrestling team roping we have a hundred head of each of those animals as well the animals that are involved in the rodeo particularly the animals in the rough documents that's what they're born today and they're born to these are these are animals that are trained to do that it's what they're born to do and if you think about it they spend most of their life in a past your eating hay and they and they actually work eight seconds a day twenty times a year and that's their job and very truthfully the P. R. C. A. enough particularly we put animal welfare first and foremost in we we really believe in the welfare of the animals and we take the very best that we can these guys are Brady Anil athletes it's not like a how it's not like if the animal their bread totally different they're bred to be an athlete no different in the horses are.

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"brady anil" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

06:59 min | 1 year ago

"brady anil" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"You know that it was all about the timing you know where where we can get the ball so we could run a play like that and you know the time was right we got the ball down there in the six yard line and I was where we want to do it and and we did and they executed pretty well wasn't the exact look we thought we were going to get and they they made it work they sure as hell did make that work in fact bring me more that mean understandably it's dangerous dangerous as hell to have de Andre Hopkins and John Watson placed in harm's way on the same play imagine him both those guys knocked out on a play like that but it worked it's definitely juicy it worked even if Hopkins had to take a hit to make that play arguments of a tear Levin may because I took a hit you know just get its own but not a plated or very well his patient so I knew I had a kind of took the ball you know you know way form to commit store to design on a new one so the what's on it you know he's going to yeah there wasn't a guy flipping the a practice that's for sure so it was a lot clearer than it was today but I knew hold on to the ball and again the got to commit that you know it would lead to the sun been open on on the wall that I do is get on the ball and he did I love that Taye to like one to ten yeah give myself fifty I took a pretty good shot now see the way hung in there on that slip he's right at that point Houston was just toying with doing one point with New England and even though the patriots scored a parent meeting was TT's the final four minutes second was over and course everybody is going to come in and bury the past today like where does that leave them because that's where we love to do they're gonna point out that the page was receivers could not get separation against a secondary that it's been patched together this series join Adleman was double covered we went passing game ended and that the only time guys were getting opened was when Houston had a breakdown without the game is over we just got softer the end or they doing once defense didn't look so dominate gets Houston's offense and that they got out smart it out executed you watch that game and you can see why the pats were so desperate so thirsty so desperate to get grok to come back and why they disgraced themselves by bringing in Antonio brown and then the speculation started again that there might be a reunion I mean they could bring the guy back you watch that game and you're ready to end the patch dynasty right then and there I wouldn't do it I wouldn't do it I'm not saying they don't have concerns because they do but every time you throw dirt on these guys they come back from the dead they rip that shovel right out of your hands and they go upside your head with it that's how it works that doesn't mean they don't win the Superbowl that doesn't mean they're the team to beat right now I'm just saying declaring them dead when they're ten into and their only losses of come at the hands of Baltimore in Houston is pretty stupid I wouldn't do that I'm not to blame this all on them being sick or guarantee that they're gonna get turned around but I would hold off on writing that will be it for the dynasty in yes Brady at passing game look pretty weak right now and how for awhile maybe worse than ever before but I have said before and I'll say it again right now Tom Brady and bill Belichick are done when they say they're done but one thing about pallet Jack and we touch on it this is also not news is due to a bad loser bell check is a sore loser hero yes you see that below by hand shake a bill o'brien it's embarrassing especially since it's a branch from your own tree hood like I get the most of your assistance never amount to anything is head coaches so you never really have to do this or deal with this did those assistance you don't amount to anything as head coach is never come back to be you but Brian did it was the first time in six tries grow up man grow up man up looking many I'd say nice job is specially to a guy who used to work for you it's not that hard not nearly as hard as you're making it out to be we lost the game in December your ten into it's not the end of the world class it up man up and shake the hand of the guy who just beat you that's how that's done Mike in every other game not even care what tension there might have been between Bella checking o'brien over some the front office staff in the off season be the bigger man congratulate the guy who just beat you in prime time and of course his postgame presser was good as hell as you would expect just as nobody should be freaking out over one patriots loss bill Belichick should not be sulking like a baby after one patriots loss we get it together man you tend to get out of class to get out played so your offense doesn't look so good and your defense had a bad night get over it see our offense has looked at me make for a while and your defense isn't the eighty five bears get over that too losing happens you don't have to have a tantrum when it happens just to show us how much you hate losing we get it you don't like losing nobody does but just about everybody else handled is handled it like a pro and not a troll temple of my hand shake was bad please stop and look the guy the I. Satan my my my mom all nice job all right now are all well done see you next time ma'am on that front office tomorrow mumble mumble nice guys are pretty good and I am and yet somehow from us I don't forget they're really going you know one out of six on yeah and we tell you some bell and when Antonio brown I mean real do it differently on you know that right you know I write bell and don't even get me started on Barack don't buy that stuff they're all man grunt my come back you in San nice when I go down and have all my kid I like his hair cut now it's got more here than you hi look the guy in the eyes a nice job nice job congrats and go and you're done and I have to waste any time on it not to break out my bad Belichick imitation now and trust me when I tell you which don't seem to be in all right now it's time to be able to throw dirt on us yeah yeah you tell me you'd rather have this on wants and then Tom Brady Anil thinks adding things on now I'm hearings I got there when you think you have that job because of me all right me ma'am if anybody speaking wrestling anybody you speaking graduating me the life I've had about that then a football I find you.

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"brady anil" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"brady anil" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The five most disappointing players in the nfl this year in okay of the five orf ethinc there's somebody else that i missed tell me throughout prior james winston john ross more yoda and matt ryan anything jump out negatively positively gonna miss somebody your your best car car's been better than winston and car's been better the matt ryan no north lord marginally better no he ever debated better matt ryan admit what's been down at the same boat but like i put coronary you got hey y'all feet tier one event credo he was the highest paid quarterback rabin and then ryan zinke offending it'd be paid pete yeah i though grit the new office of course i guess he has to do off as a coordinator to cause jack fired a bill must great for the second time in his career w far fired must grapes twice by the way far too wants to jack bill um yeah i don't know i think wh i think cars on that list to let me let me prior yeah last year in operation more than what we you know what i mean when i put cars before it put prioro a p a lot of a conversation and he still too probably too early to really know with with voters are thinking but around the mvp its than tom brady it's been carson winds which is is likely out of it now because he's going to miss the remaining three weeks of the season with that acl but russell wilson has been thrown in often because of obt and i talk about this all the time the magician had he is he just easy is unbelievable when he keeps his team viable when they they're just bad what are you i mean deal like that thought of russell wilson being the mvp simply because he's the only offense at times for the seattle seahawks offense upper told africa would have very renumbered number two leader moghadam behind brady anil last week in rome last week he was awful first half off over the cap away the to crack trooper for thirty six yards in the first half with jumpy did will comfortable at all had protection by the way line played pretty well protected leaving clean pockets uh but he's the conversation.

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